[Review] Nabisco Limited Edition Fruity Crisp Oreo

EVERYBODY. I GOT ‘EM. Just when I was starting to worry myself skinny somewhat less pudgy that I would never get to experience Fruity Crisp Oreos, two kind people answered my junk food prayers. The first is my good friend Junk Male over at JunkBanter.com, who noticed my pathetic situation and shipped Fruity Crisp Oreos and Key Lime Pie Oreos…

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[News] Pizza Hut Brings Back Triple Treat Box

In case you didn’t get a chance to try Pizza Hut’s three-tiered Triple Treat Box when it debuted last holiday season, the pizza chain has announced it’s back–just in time for swimsuit season! The Triple Treat Box includes two medium one-topping pizzas, five breadsticks or Flavor Sticks, and the Ultimate Hershey’s Chocolate Chip Cookie for $19.99….

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[Review] General Mills Blueberry Tiny Toast Cereal

My first experience with General Mills’ new Tiny Toast cereal was pretty great. But let’s not forget: General Mills launched not just one, but two new miniature bread-shaped cereals. Since you all have (nobody has) been anxiously awaiting Part II of my Tiny Toast review, let’s dive right in! Confession time. I’ve nearly finished an entire package…

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[Review] Nabisco Limited Edition Blueberry Pie Oreos

This is a “throwback review” for Blueberry Pie Oreos, which recently returned to shelves. This review, which was originally published on June 8, 2016, has been updated with new photos and some content edits for the sake of being current. Oh, how things change in a year. See, Fruity Crisp Oreos came out around this time in…

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[Review] General Mills Strawberry Tiny Toast Cereal

Well guys, I think I’ve finally come down from an intense sugar high thanks to Frosted Flakes with Marshmallows. All of that sucrose reeeeeally did a number on me. To be honest, I didn’t sleep a wink last night, which hasn’t happened since–well, since I encountered that one Rolo commercial a few months ago. But don’t…

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[Review] Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes with Marshmallows

Let’s start off the week with some trivia, shall we? In 1952, Kellogg’s introduced Sugar Frosted Flakes to the world, with Tony the Tiger as the cereal’s mascot. “Sugar” was removed from the cereal’s name in 1983, likely to shift the focus away from an ingredient that was increasingly seen as unhealthy. Well, Tony the Tiger is now…

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